Public RelationsNew center boasts 'green' innovation
The opening of the Indio Hills Community Center is featured in a Desert Sun article by Xochitl Peña.
The Coachella Valley date museum project is featured in a Desert Sun article by Xochitl Peña.
Integrated Infrastructures Inc. is featured in an article by Ferdie De Vega in Viva Magazine.
Ferdie De Vega
The Desert Sun
August 1, 2005
COACHELLA - Eleanor Torres and Tony Palmisano say working on projects in the eastern Coachella Valley has allowed them to reconnect with a part of their families' past.
They own the architectural firm Integrated Infrastructures Inc., which is based in Ontario and has an office in Coachella. Torres' scouting trips for projects brought her to the growing east valley.
"Both Tony and I have relatives who did picking here," said Torres, whose grandmother worked in the fields in Coachella.
Integrated Infrastructures Inc. and Eleanor Torres are mentioned in an article by Jane Braxton Little in the Fall 2002 issue of California Trees, the quarterly publication of California ReLeaf, a program of the Trust for Public Land.